Estes Park: Advanced Propulsion Workshop 2020

November 15, 2020| Inertial Propulsion|3 Minutes|By AAG

The Estes Park Advanced Propulsion Workshop 2020 footage is a series of 16 presentations by notable scientists, innovators & experimenters discussing concepts in breakthrough propulsion. The event was hosted by Dr. Hal Fearn of CSU Fullerton, who is a notable contributor to the Mach’s Principle research of Dr. James Woodward with applications for space propulsion.

The Estes Parks workshops are in their 3rd year, held in 2020 by zoom meeting. These workshops concentrate on propellant-less propulsion, and are designed to be a free exchange of information by serious scientists wishing to travel around the universe quickly.


Tuesday 15th Sept. 2020

  • 8:50 am – Introduction – by Hal Fearn 10 mins max.
  • 9:00 am – Jim Woodward & Hal Fearn “The MEGA drive- NIAC Reports”
  • 10:00 am Lance Williams “Propulsion results involving Kaluza theory”
  • 11:00 am – George Hathaway “Calibration: Ensuring Accuracy in Micro-Newton Thrust Balances”
  • 1:30 am – Jim & Hal “Updates on Fullerton experiments: New designs”
  • 2:45 pm – Jeff Greason “A Reaction Drive powered by external dynamic pressure”


Wednesday 16th Sept. 2020

  • 8:50 am – Introduction and Good Morning by H Fearn 10 mins max.
  • 9:00 am Nathan Inan “Higher order Inductive Effects in Tensor Gravito-electromagnetism.”
  • 10:00 am Kelvin Long UK “Exploring the Advanced Space Propulsion Landscape”
  • 11:00 am Todd Desiato “ Quantum Gravity from Atomic Resonance Effects”
  • 1:30 pm Sonny White, “ Power and propulsion implications of dynamic vacuum model”
  • 2:45 pm Michael Limotta , “Discovering Propulsion Breakthroughs with Artificial Intelligence”
  • 3:45 pm Marc Millis, “ Pondering Spacecraft Fiction and Loose ends “


Thursday 17th Sept. 2020

  • 9:00 am John Brandenburg, “”The GEM UnificationTheory in the Context of Space Propulsion and the Standard Model of Physics”
  • 10:00 am Jack Sarfatti “Low Energy Metric Engineering Physics Warp Drive, Star Gate, Gravity Wave Generators & Detectors”
  • 11:00 pm Anthony Longman, “”EXPAT – An Expandable Rotating Shielded Space Habitat”

This event is part of Estes Park Advanced Propulsion Workshop 2020, hosted online in Zoom format and moderated by Hal Fearn from CSU Fullerton.